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infamous

Criminal law, formerly
a. (of a person) deprived of certain rights of citizenship on conviction of certain offences
b. (of a crime or punishment) entailing such deprivation
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By now you've heard that there's famously no zoning in Houston, which means that the city is also infamously ugly.
Back when they were dating in 2016, the 'Lord of the Rings' actor was infamously snapped paddle boarding in the nude.
The group also owns The S*n, which infamously ran the front page headlined "The Truth" after the Hillsborough disaster.
Despite being without superstar Lionel Messi, who is out for approximately two months due to a knee injury, Barca's demanding supporters and Spain's infamously unforgiving football press are unlikely to be kind to Luis Enrique and his beaten players following their narrow reverse at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
David Cameron, who infamously calls himself a Child of Thatcher, has finished what she began.
Colombian defender Andres Escobar was infamously gunned down in July 1994 days after the USA World Cup - allegedly as punishment for having scored an own goal which saw his country eliminated from the tournament.
The former England midfielder, who infamously had a punch-up on the pitch with Newcastle United team-mate Lee Bowyer, was spotted being met by a chaperone from the show as he arrived at Brisbane airport.
THE PROCUREMENT PROCESS in Canada is infamously problematic.
The infamously litigious career criminal from Rogers now complains that his defense attorney Herb Southern essentially threw him under the bus by talking him into pleading guilty.
Brazil infamously failed to cope without Neymar at the semi-finals of last year's World Cup when losing 7-1 to Germany.
DID Jack the Ripper really exist - and was he responsible for the murders so infamously attributed to him?
When the Queen broke protocol and drove King Abdullah in her Land Rover Driving is infamously forbidden to women in Saudi Arabia.